buist

buist

(bøst)
n
an identification mark on livestock made with paint or tar
vb (tr)
to paint an identification mark on (an animal)
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Kyrsten Buist, prosecuting, said he went downstairs to investigate and disturbed an intruder.
Kyrsten Buist, prosecuting, said the scam came to light when Elyssa Edmonstone, who has lived abroad since 2010, made "a general inquiry about making additional payments to her UK national insurance account".
Chronicle photographer Iain Buist managed to capture this striking shot of Newcastle's St Nicholas' Cathedral silhouetted against the sky.
John Murray Press imprint Two Roads has acquired EU, UK and Commonwealth rights, excluding Australia, New Zealand and Canada, to a novel by husband-and-wife team Graeme Simsion and Anne Buist, literary news company The Bookseller revealed on Monday.
Owner Tim Buist and store manager Jason Slot worked with Midwest Fastener sales representative Jared Kamp to retrofit the department.
William Buist, founder of XTEN Club, says the problem lies with communication.
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Some of the higher uninsurance numbers among children in poverty may be a result of confusion about enrollment requirements, Buist said.
Sinclair, who plays drunken Lloyd Buist, said: "Stephen and I had an agreement that we would go for it.
Andrew Buist, CEO of AACE, said his organization is hoping to improve the educational standards for First Nation, Metis and Inuit students across the country.
Buist, PhD, a senior investigator at Group Health Research Institute.
Madeline Buist left her home in Leamington on Monday morning, but although she arrived at school she didn't take part in registration and has not been seen since.